Carlos Monje, director of Twitter’s North America public policy and philanthropy, speaks during a hearing Wednesday of the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science and Transportation. Brendan Smialowski / AFP/Getty Images Hindsight is 2016. Facebook, Google and Twitter representatives, testifying at a Senate committee hearing on Wednesday, said they learned important lessons from how fake news and Russian propaganda spread across their sites during the 2016 … Continue reading How tech giants plan to keep fake news out of 2018 election
In this video I comment on parallels between the 1990 comedy horror film Gremlins 2 and a possible President Trump and alliance takeover against a criminal globalist cabal. Music: “Disco con Tutti” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Sources: Gremlins 2: The New Batch Gremlins 2 Deleted Scenes Part 1 https://youtu.be/ Gremlins 2 Deleted Scenes Part 2 https://youtu.be/3i6V7U94ArM Gremlins … Continue reading Will President Trump and the Alliance Drain the Gremlin Swamp?
On Friday, Ryan Ko finished up his latest consulting project at McKinsey & Company and Ubered to the San Francisco Airport. His destination: the political hotbed of Virginia. This weekend is the final sprint leading up to Tuesday’s gubernatorial election, which is being seen as a crucial test of the nation’s political direction in the Trump era. Ko and a small army of Silicon Valley … Continue reading Virginia’s Election on Tuesday Will Test the Power of Silicon Valley’s New Activists
The flaws in their business models keep on becoming more apparent: If you saw ads on your Facebook feed showing an alternate reality where France and Germany were governed by Sharia law ahead of the 2016 elections, you’re not alone. Facebook (FB, +0.89%) and Google (GOOGL, +0.18%) helped advertising company Harris Media run the campaigns for their client, Secure America Now—a conservative, nonprofit advocacy group whose … Continue reading Google, Facebook Helped Anti-Islam Group During 2016 Election
Start Slideshow The peculiar controversy surrounding Pokemon Go supposedly being used as a Russian tool to influence the U.S. election has made its rounds up to the late-night talk shows where Stephen Colbert recently had a brief segment of his show devoted to the bizarre report. For those who might’ve missed the news or are still understandably confused regarding why Russia, U.S. politics, and Pokemon … Continue reading Stephen Colbert Addresses Russian Pokemon Go Election Controversy